Tuesday, 4 February 2014

Wax Lyrical Games announces adventure game, Mega Bad Code


LONDON, UK– February 4th, 2014– European video game developer Wax Lyrical Games are pleased to announce its kooky 'point and click' adventure game Mega Bad Code, for desktops and mobiles. Mega Bad Code throws players into a cyberpunk dystopia to unravel the identity of a brutal serial killer terrorizing the giant city of Blueban. Mega Bad Code features vibrant hand-drawn graphics, a large game world to explore, original musical score and full voice-over cast. 


To mark this announcement Wax Lyrical Games has launched the official game website with four screen shots and core-character profiles. The web site features game news, information, screen shots and other media. “Mega Bad Code blends comic-style surrealism with a dark and unnerving seriousness. It's a thought-provoking and kooky journey into the near future where players must solve a mystery full of dangerous twists and turns” says designer and creator Alan Thorn of Wax Lyrical Games. “There's something here to intrigue most gamers: varied locations, challenging puzzles, bizarre characters, sinister goings-on and touches of weirdness throughout”. Players can expect to visit the Cyberpunk megalopolis in late 2014. Mega Bad Code will be available for Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android and Windows Phone. 


More information on Mega Bad Code can be found at the official homepage here: 




About Wax Lyrical Games: 

Wax Lyrical Games is an independent video game studio founded in 2010 by veteran game developer Alan Thorn. Its previous titles include: award-winning PC adventure game ‘Baron Wittard: Nemesis of Ragnarok’, released in 2011. And also turn-based causal game Bounders and |Cads, released in 2013. Wax Lyrical Games is committed to developing unique and thought-provoking video games. The official Wax Lyrical Games homepage can be found here: http://www.waxlyricalgames.com/




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